Watch Oakland University's 5-foot-9 Kahlil Felder hit alley-oop dunk that made SportsCenter's Top 10

The regular season has yet to start for the Oakland University men's basketball team but that has not stopped one of its players from starting a highlight reel.

Oakland University junior point guard Kahlil Felder unleashed a monster alley-oop dunk on Wednesday night in an exhibition game against Heidelberg University out of Ohio. It was so good that it made No. 2 on SportsCenter's famous Top 10 plays list.

Rushing down the court on a two-on-one, Oakland redshirt sophomore Nick Daniels lofted a pass over the defender in the middle as Felder went up, reached back to grab the ball, and slammed it home.

ICYMI: 5'9 Kahlil Felder with a dunk of the year candidate and the season hasn't even started yet #WearTheBear #OaklandMBB #OUrstory #HLMBB

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It is all the more impressive given the fact that Felder is 5-foot-9. However, it is less surprising knowing that Felder has displayed his explosive ability many times before, including an incredible half-court alley-oop dunk and an ankle breaking cross over. Both plays also made SportsCenter's Top 10 last season.

Felder, a graduate of Detroit Pershing, was the Horizon League's freshman of the year in his first season and, last year, was among the nation's leaders in assists.